Women’s Physiology

Recently I taught a class as part of the Graduate Mentorship Program that began a series of classes we will be doing on women’s health.  I began with a discussion of women’s physiology based quite a bit on the work of Fu Qingzhu, a famous gynecologist from the Qing Dynasty.  My own gynecology teachers drew extensively from the work of Fu Qingzhu in the development of their own methods.

I turned the women’s physiology portion of this class into a presentation for the blog.  You can access the handouts for this presentation by clicking on the link in the upper right hand corner of the presentation screen.  I’d love to hear your comments.

Click here for the presentation and please enjoy!

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